Dr Christina J. Colclough is a fearless optimist who believes that change for good is possible if we put our minds and heart to it.
Regarded as a thought-leader on the future of work and the politics of digital technology, she is an advocate for the workers’ voice. She has extensive global labour movement experience, where she led their future of work policies, advocacy and strategies for a number of years. She was the author of the union movement's first principles on Workers' Data Rights and the Ethics of AI.
A globally sought-after keynote speaker with over 100 speeches the last 3 years, Christina now supports a wide range of progressive governments and organisations in their digital transformation. She was named as one of the world's most influential women on the Ethics of AI in 2019.
Christina is a member of the OECD One AI Expert Group, the UN's Secretary General Roadmap for Digital Cooperation and is affiliated to FAOS, the Employment Relations Research Center at Copenhagen University.